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post #61 of 71
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Sorry to be offensive but if you read the beginning of the thread you would not have to ask. I was trying to get opinions on which type of smoker would be better to build. Again please read the entire thread before criticizing. Thanks to everyone else who has contributed all the helpful info for my build

post #62 of 71
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Thanks Crazy Q

post #63 of 71

I know my 2 cents is worth less than stated, but that cooker looks like it will perform perfectly fine. You built it right, and it looks darn good! Well done sir.

post #64 of 71
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Thanks everybody on here has been a big help maybe it won't be too much longer and we will see smoke

post #65 of 71
I agree. Not really sure which laws are being violated here. Looks like a pretty solid straight forward build based on a proven design. And a good looking build at that. Great job so far!
post #66 of 71

Dang sorry..I meant to put a smiley on that..lol.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laws_of_thermodynamics

post #67 of 71
We havnt violated any laws of physics. The firebox is the lowest point in the cooker where the heat source is and the exhaust is the highest where the heat leaves it. Food in the middle to be heated and cooked.

The direction and means of its travel has to do with maintaining the temp and making it efficient.
post #68 of 71
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Originally Posted by bigwheel View Post

Dang sorry..I meant to put a smiley on that..lol.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laws_of_thermodynamics


bigwheel....... how about you starting a new thread and explain the laws of thermodynamics to the members so we can build better smokers... Dave
post #69 of 71
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Time goes by too fast these days. I got busy at work and had to stop on this cooker 5 months ago. I just started again the other day. I haven't been on here in a while hope everyone has been doing well. I got my doors on and flue cap. I am going to work on the drain hopefully start posting some pics soon.

post #70 of 71
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Finally got some time to do a little work on the smoker here are some new photos

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #71 of 71
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We finally finished everything except the table got 4 coats of paint and seasoned it. Seems hard to get free time to do this but it was fun.

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